Integrated G2V/V2G Switched Reluctance Motor Drive with Sensing Only Switch-Bus Current

Hung Chi Chen, Bo Wei Huang

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In this paper, the integrated drive for three-phase switched reluctance motor (3-phase SRM) is proposed, and it combines a battery-powered bidirectional DC/DC converter to provide bidirectional power transfer in practice. In the proposed integrated drive, there is no relay to reconfigure and no need to add separate charging/discharging units and circuit components. Only one physical current sensor is used to sense the switch-bus current to provide all current signals not only for SRM driving, but also grid-to-vehicle(G2V)/vehicle-to-grid(V2G) functions at a standstill. The proposed integrated drive and its control are implemented and demonstrated by the provided results.

Original languageEnglish
JournalIEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
StateAccepted/In press - 2021


  • Batteries
  • current sensor
  • grid-to-vehicle(G2V)
  • Inductance
  • plug-in drive
  • switched reluctance motor drive
  • Switched reluctance motors
  • Switches
  • Topology
  • Vehicle-to-grid
  • vehicle-to-grid(V2G)
  • Windings

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